That’s according to John Jay in an interview on the front page of the Sunday Oregonian‘s O section. The Weiden+Kennedy executive creative director and his product developer wife, Janet, have their personal office-studio at NW Fifth and Couch. Read what he has to say about how “Chinatown sits in the middle of an emerging creative corridor” and what that means.
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